The Pharmacratic Inquisition: The Suppression of Direct Religious Experience, Sexuality and Drugs. Christianity's Darkest Secrets Revealed.
This is a 3.5 hour lecture, regarding the origins of religion.
As above So below - This video covers both aspects of Christianity: God's son in heaven, the risen savior; and God's son on earth, whose flesh and blood is consumed.
This video is presented by Jan Irvin and Andrew Rutajit, authors of the book, "Astrotheology & Shamanism - Unveiling the Law of Duality in Christianity and Other Religions" A fantastic foreword was written for these authors by their friend Jordan Maxwell.
Director:Jan Irvin / Andrew Rutajit Producer:Gnostic Media Production Company:Gnostic Media Sponsor:Gnostic Media Audio/Visual:sound, color Keywords:Christianity; Shamanism; Astrotheology Contact Information:www.gnosticmedia.com
This video was brilliant. The Bible never really made sense to me with all of its ridiculous stories and strange obsession with 7's and 12's.
Watching this video and reading "Myths and Deceptions of the Bible" by Lloyd M. Graham it all comes together. My mind is now my own.
April 17, 2007 Subject:
Divine Child's review is wrong wrong wrong
Below, Divine Child's review states some pretty bogus diatribe about the video, claiming that the authors don't cite Jordan Maxwell. The video actually discusses Maxwell AT LENGTH throughout and even provides images of at least one of his books.
See minutes: 50:13, 54:30, 63:13, etc.
Not only that, but the producers give a long list of references to Jordan Maxwell, as well as many citations throughout their book - Astrotheology & Shamanism - including a foreword FROM Jordan Maxwell who is also shown on the FRONT COVER of their book!
This makes me wonder, did "Divine Child" even bother to watch the video? What could have caused this individual to be so distracted, so blind, so ignorant that he/she could have missed the many references to Maxwell they showed on the screen during the lecture, like Matrix of Power, etc. They also sourced Gerald Massey, Acharya S., Jack Herer, James Arthur, Timothy Freke, Peter Gandy, Manly Hall, David Fideler, Terence McKenna, Robert Hewitt Brown, and MANY others. How could this possibly be plagiarism? This sounds more like stupidity on "Divine Child's" part.
Not only that, but these authors also go into detail on entheogens, a topic that Maxwell hardly covers, and combine the two ideas.
Don't be fooled by incoherent babble and shallow reviews by other so-called "writers" that couldn't spot the moon if it crash landed in their front yard.
Watch the video and see for yourself.
Reviewer:Gnostic Media -
April 16, 2007 Subject:
RE: Divine Child's review
Jordan Maxwell is a friend of the creators of this video...he even wrote the forward to the book this video is based on.
Accusing us of plagarism is liblious and ignorant. For someone claiming to "detest ignorance," you should do a little research before posting these things publicly.
Reviewer:Divine Child -
April 15, 2007 Subject:
This Work, The Pharmacratic Inquistion is taken from Jordan Maxwell's Work Astrotheology!
Do NOT be deceived by these authors and their amateurish presentation. I did not see any credit given to the founder of this work. Who is that you ask?
Jordan Maxwell has been an occult and theology researcher for over 42 YEARS! He is the one who did the groundbreaking research entitled "Astrotheoloy" at least 20 YEARS ago! You can find his work by doing a search in Google video, or You Tube.
He has works entitled: "The Sons of God, Astrotheology, Ancient Beliefs," and so on. Here is a link to Ancient Beliefts:
As a writer, I detest plagarism! I even more so detest ignorance. No one doing work in this field can claim they have not heard of Jordan Maxwell when he is the father of this work nor can any creditable author/writer or researcher deny simply ignore years of material by authors who came into this field LONG before they did!
September 27, 2006 Subject:
it's all starting to make sense...
what everyone else said is true. this video lays it all out. it explains a heck of a lot, but at the same time it seems to skim over the tips of fifty icebergs. they reference at least sixteen different books which are definitely going to the top of my list.
this is the order to watch it in windows:
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this site has totally changed ma perception of mushrooms and life a used to be a christian although now this website has turned my head to mushrooms, a had tried mushrooms before a read this site but now im takin thm every month. a dont think anyone could understand this without takin mushrooms i understood it alot better now im a very spiritul person thanks to this website
thanks lads for an amazing site :)
May 17, 2005 Subject:
The information regarding geocentric conceptions re: prescession and procession of the equinoxes and of the zodiac, etc. was quite enlightening and was something I never quite fully understood before until they lucidly explained on a chart the significances, etc. and the changing of signs, etc. in regards to mytho-types, figures, teachers being associated with a certain sign, etc. I also thought that the various connections re: mushrooms was interesting too. But to go as far as to say that to take mushrooms to commune with alien intelligences is quite out there. It's not the answer. They need to study the life and writings of Alfred Korzbyski very determinedly and in full IMO re: time-binding.
March 2, 2005 Subject:
I would highly recommend to anyone.
A lot of info. Could have been split into two seperate movies.
However, I would highly recommend to anyone